US confirms that attacks on Saudi oil facilities were not launched from Iraq

In a phone conversation with Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi of Iraq, the US secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed that the attacks against Saudi oil facilities were not launched from Iraqi soil.

The office of the prime minister announced: “The US Secretary of States stated that they have intelligence which confirms the Iraqi government's claim that the attack did not originate from Iraqi soil.”

The Iraqi government declared on Sunday that the attacks did not originate from Iraq, and warned that any country that tries to use Iraqi soil for an attack in the region will be punished.



Over 200000 Afghans have returned to Afghanistan in the first three months of 2020


According to a report by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, in the first three months of this year, 226316 undocumented Afghan immigrants have returned to Afghanistan from Iran.

Based on the report by the International Organization for Migration, Afghan undocumented immigrants have returned to their country in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus and due to Iran’s economic recession.

Manuchehr Bakhtiari: They destroyed Pouya’s grave

Manuchehr Bakhtiari, the father of Pouya Bakhtiari, one of the Iranian protesters killed in November by the Islamic Republic security forces, announced in a video that the regime has destroyed his son's gravesite and desecrated it.

Bakhtiari did not offer details about the incident but said that these actions were taken in order to provoke the family.

Speaker of parliament: Khamenei's message will be our road map

Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, the new speaker of Iran’s parliament, announced that the message of Ayatollah Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic regime of Iran for the first day of the 11th parliament, will be the road map of the parliament for the next four years. Khamenei had stated that the Islamic Republic “has not received a desirable score in the area of justice.”

Khamenei said this outcome is an undesirable reality and that everyone must make “mental and practical efforts to improve the lives of vulnerable classes as a priority.”

The Guardian Council passes the "fighting Israel's hostility" act.

The spokesperson for the GuardianCouncil announced that the council has approved of the bill to "fight Israel's hostilities". The bill tasks the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran with following up in the UN the plan for a national referendum in Palestine.

According to the bill, any "cultural or propaganda action that would support or emboldens" Israel would be punished and sentenced to prison.


Body of Human Rights activist Ali Ajami was brought to Iran from Texas


The body of human rights activist Ali Ajamiwas transferred to Iran and buried in his hometown in Sabzevar on Thursday. He was found dead on May 6 in a lake in Houston, Texas.

Ajami Had spent two years in prison in Iran and was denied higher education on the charges of propaganda against the regime and acts against the national security.


Iranian Medical Council Organization: 107 Iranian medical personnel died of coronavirus


Iran’s Medical Council reported that 792 medical personnel in Iran have contracted coronavirus and 107 have died.

A spokesman for the Medical Council Organization said: “We are quickly gathering data from around the country to find out exactly how many medical personnel have contracted COVID-19 and how many have lost their lives.

Other Islamic Republic officials, including the Ministry of Health, have provided different numbers.